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Sun adding third-party support to JES

Jul 28, 20042 mins
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Sun adding third-party support to JES, 07/27/04

Sun Tuesday said it is extending support for its Java Enterprise System to third-party operating systems and hardware platforms in a move aimed at gaining more uptake for the server software and …

Four-way server shows Sun’s commitment to x86, 07/26/04

Sun Monday expanded its Opteron-based server line with a four-processor box to complement the Sun Fire V20z two-way server it began shipping in April as it seeks to convince business customers …

Sun rounds out Opteron line with 4-way, 07/23/04

Sun Monday plans to announce a new server based on Advanced Micro Devices’ Opteron processor, according to sources close to Sun. The new server, called the Sun Fire V40z, will be the second Opteron …

Sun considering Solaris for Power, Itanium, 07/21/04

Sun is considering a port of its Solaris version of the Unix operating system to two new processor architectures designed by chip rivals IBM and Intel, a company executive said Tuesday.

Weblog: Solaris on Power5?, 07/26/04

Sun last week reported a profit of $795 million, or 24 cents per share, in its fourth quarter, compared with a loss of $1.039 billion, or 32 cents per share, in the same quarter a year ago. thanks in large…

Opinion: What are these guys thinking?, 07/26/04

Sure, you’re upset that (Novell/Microsoft/whoever) has cut off official support for the old system you use. Yes, it might be tough to go to NetWare 6 or Windows Server 2003 – but Solaris? AppleServer? How …